Rob and Sack

Rob

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Rob verb – To remove valuables from (a place) unlawfully.
Usage example: in jail for robbing a bank

Sack is a synonym for rob in raid topic. In some cases you can use "Sack" instead a verb "Rob", when it comes to topics like steal, pillage, plunder.
Nearby Word: robt
Synonyms for Rob

Sack

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Sack verb – To let go from office, service, or employment.
Rob is a synonym for sack in plunder topic. You can use "Rob" instead a verb "Sack", if it concerns topics such as ravage, pillage, raid.
Nearby Words: sacked, sacking, sackful
Synonyms for Sack

Common collocations

men rob men sack men
place rob place sack place
station rob station sack station
town rob town sack town
Other nouns: museum.

Both words in one sentence

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